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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-271

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The ensuing Winter Session opens on October and closes on April and is divided into two Terms with vacation at Christmas Some of the Classes are also carried on in the Summer Term In case of there not being sufficient entries in any class it will not be formed All Fees are to be paid on entrance and may be sent by post Students who bring Certificate from the University Extension Society of their membership of that Society and of their having attended Course of Lectures in the subject for which they are recommended are allowed to attend any of the Practical Classes on payment of half-fees Teachers in Elementary Schools are admitted to any of the Lectures at half-fees on bringing Certificate from their Managers form may be obtained in the College Office The Library of the College is open for the purposes of study from to during the Michaelmas and Lent Terms every evening Saturday excepted The Marsden Library is open as Common Room for members of the Evening Class Department on Wednesday evening from 30 to The Literary Society held on Wednesday evening is pre- sided over bv Jas Parkins Further information may be obtained and fees paid at the Secretary's Office from 10 to daily and for the week before and after the opening in the Library from to on Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday In order that classes may be formed on the opening night Students are particularly requested to pay their fees on or before the com- mencement of the Term Detailed Syllabus of Lectures and information as to the Classes will be found in the Syllabus of the Faculty of Arts and of the Faculty of Science to be obtained at the Office price 2d each or by post 3d For information as to the Evening Classes in Theology and in Bacteriology and Public Health see separate Prospectuses
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